HEAP assistance for those 60 years of age and older at the Randolph SWAN Site in Randolph, NY on 12/23/2014 and 2/26/2015 from 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
Senior citizens in Cattaraugus County who received a regular HEAP benefit last HEAP season will receive an application by mail this year. Read more
The Cattaraugus County Department of the Aging’s Senior Wellness and Nutrition program needs your help. We are currently looking for volunteers to deliver Meals on Wheels in the Randolph area. The meals are picked up at the Randolph nutrition site which is open Monday through Friday. Most volunteers deliver 7 to 12 meals once a week and it takes about one hour (10:45 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.) to complete a delivery route. There is also a need for volunteers to assist at the congregate site by setting tables, assisting in food prep, and cleaning up after lunch.
Are you over 60 and love turkey, stuffing, and all the traditional fixings but don’t want to spend the time or money to cook an enormous meal? If so, the Cattaraugus County Senior Nutrition Program has just the answer.
This download contains a list of private laboratories the will test ticks found on humans for the presence of pathogens. Please note that disease transmission is dependent on many factors including species, life stage of the tick and length of time that the tick was attached. The presence of pathogens in the tick does not necessarily mean that those pathogens were transmitted to the person bitten. Read more
Voters can view and read the ballot for their election district before heading to the polls on Nov. 4, 2014.
3 State-wide Propositions
Please note that there are 3 state-wide propositions on the back of each ballot.
To see the ballot in your town/district/ward click the appropriate link below.
There will be a rabies clinic held at the Cattaraugus County Department of Public Works garage in Little Valley on January 10, 2015 from 9:00 am to Noon.
Rabies Vaccinations are required for ALL cats, dogs and domesticated ferrets by FOUR months of age (but not less than 12 weeks).
Cats and dogs are given a booster one year later and every three years thereafter. Ferrets must be vaccinated annually.
No charge for vaccination but donations accepted to help defray costs! Read more